A recent* study found that married men who perform what are traditionally considered chores for men–mowing the lawn, fixing roofs, building stuff–get more sex than their feeble, girlish counterparts who perform household tasks more traditionally associated with ladies (washing dishes, doing laundry, sobbing openly when Little Foot’s mom dies). More
Quick — stop your boyfriend from scrubbing the toilet! Because if you don’t, you’ll probably end up alone. Forever. And you’ll have to scrub your own toilet while you cry to your divorce attorney on the phone. More
A group of so-called experts think they have finally figured out the real reason behind our obesity problem: Women just donâ€™t do enough housework anymore. Duh, why didnâ€™t we think of that?
According to a new British survey of 8,000 people, 60 years ago the average womenâ€™s waistline measured 28 inches. Today, we come in at 34 inches. Thatâ€™s a full six inches more than our earlier generation. And the reason for that? The demise of the stereotypical 1950s housewife, of course! More
By now, you will all know that Iâ€™m married, and you know why I got married. Youâ€™ve also probably guessed that I think marriage is, in general, a good idea. Is it for everyone? Certainly not. Is it for you? … More
A little while back, our friends at MyDaily reported on a study showing that young women today are less likely to know how to do traditional so-called women’s chores than our foremothers. For instance, they write that: “Researchers found that only 51 percent of women under 30 knew how to cook a roast while 82 percent of baby boomer females thought it was a cinch.”
It’s so hard to get all the housecleaning done when you have so much other stuff going on. For you busy ladies who like going out and doing stuff instead of staying home and doing stuff, these iron shoes are … More